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LECTURE ON BARD
l
Speaker Says Biographies
on Shakespeare Should
Mirror Greatness.
The annual Shakespeare festival at
the Folger Library last evening took
the form of a lecture on “Shakespeare j
and Biography” by Dr. Felix E. Schell
Ing, former head of the department
of English at the University of Penn
tylvania.
Lives of the bard, the speaker said,
are subject to classification as "biog
raphies of preconception, purpose and
acandal.” Thus, in one, Shakespeare
Is represented as speaking German, “a
language which, thanks to his father,
he had known from infancy.” In an
other he “is centered among the re
ligious intrigues that sought a return
to the older faith” of pre-Reformation
days; in still another he is dragged out
to “point a moral” to the effect that
•'the price which fate exacts of man
kind for the production of works of
genius is the wreck and overthrow of
the great mind that produces them.”
Books of all three groups are libels,
he said.
Would Mirror Greatness.
Dr. Scheiling insisted “the purpose j
©f biography should be not to inter- j
pret nor disclose, still less to decode
miu UCtipiiri, uui W I'-unuv ;
ject of our understanding, that we j
may come to know Shakespeare in
those qualities in which he was distin
guished, not in the trivialities and in
firmities that he shared with other
men.”
A truly adequate biography of the
poet soon might be forthcoming. Dr.
Schelling prophesied, through skilled
end reverent use of the Folger Library
materials and facilities. “The library,”
he said, "is a veritable place of wor
ship, devoted as it is to the master
mind of Shakespeare.”
Notables Attend.
Among those attending the festival
•were Associate Justice and Mrs.
Harlan Fiske Stone. Associate Jus
tice and Mrs. Owen J. Roberts, with
their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Rob
erts: Associate Justice Willis Van
Devanter and his sister. Mrs. Rariden;
Dr Francisco Castillo Najera. Ambas
sador of Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Dimock. Manhasset, Long Island; Mr.
end Mrs. Ernest Schelling, New York;
Dr. and Mrs. Park Willis. jr„ Seattle;
the Secretary of Commerce and Mrs.
Daniel C. Roper. Justice and Mrs.
Wendell P. Stafford. Mrs. William P.
Kent, Canon and Mrs. G. Freeland
Peter. Canon and Mrs. Anson Phelps
Btokes. Dr. L. S. Rowe, director gen
eral of the Pan-American Union:
Senator and Mrs. Wallace White, jr.;
Senator and Mrs. W. Warren Barbour,
Senator and Mrs. James Hamilton
Lewis. Senator and Mrs. Daniel Has- I
tings. Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Caldwell,
Justice and Mrs. Harold M. Stephens.
Dr. and Mrs. John C. Merriam, Dr.
end Mrs. Louis S. Greene and Miss
Anne Carter Greene. Mrs. Anne Arch- j
bold. Dr. Charles Moore. Mr. Leander J
McCormick-Goodhart. Mr. and Mrs.
Guy T. Helvering. Miss Julia Schell- i
ing. Representative and Mrs. Bertrand j
Snell and Mr. and Mrs. Waldron
Faulkner.
The program was arranged by Dr.
Joseph Quincy Adams, director of the
library, himself the author of a stand
ard life of Shakespeare.
$100 in Old Desk.
Nearly $100 has just been found In
a secret drawer of a Chinese desk
which a Bath, England, man bought
three years ago at an auction sale.
TRAFFIC
CONVICTIONS
LEAVING AFTER COLLIDING.
Stroye H. Reynolds, 45 Myrtle street
northeast, $75 or 25 days.
FIRST-OFFENSE SPEEDING.
Alexander Kelley, 1624 Fifth street
northwest, $10.
Van Ness Lawless, 2720 Tenth street
northeast, $10-.
John A. Tucker. Massachusetts. $10.
Clifton E. Walker, 1419 Chapin
street northwest, $10.
Floyd E. Lagerson, 1226 Fifteenth
street northwest, $5.
Edgar Vollia, Virginia, $5.
Raymond C. Hudson, 451 Fifteenth
street northeast, $5.
Julius O. Richards, 1215 Geranium
street northwest, $5.
Richard D. House, Virginia, $5.
Horace J. Strickland, 1223 Jeflerson
street northwest, $5.
SUSPENDED PERMITS.
Peter Blahos, 1822 Eighteenth street,
15 days.
J. K. Cromer, 1101 Massachusetts
avenue, 30 days.
William Datenowitz, 468 M street
southwest, 30 days.
John J. English, 3516 Massachusetts
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Robert C. King, 118 Madison street,
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Walter H. Leonberger, 72 New York
avenue northeast. 15 days.
James O. Mangum, 155 Eleventh
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Clarence H. McCree, 1811 Lamont
street, 30 days.
Harold K. Melnicove. 2944 Bellevue
terrace (second offense). 30 days.
Lonnie Miller, 2419 Massachusetts
avenue, revoked.
Jesse B Osborn, 1724 Euclid street
(second offense), revoked.
William H. Penn 2113 I street, 15
days.
Eunice A. Philips, 5429 Thirtieth
place, 15 days.
Robert B. Power, 1628 Columbia
road (second offense). 45 days.
Stanley W. Rathburn, 2933 Twenty
eighth street, 30 days.
Otto E. Rauchschwalbe, 5316 Six
teenth street, 30 days.
Gordon M. Ronicker. Naval Air Sta
tion, D. C.. 30 days.
Harry Seaman, jr., Colonial Hotel,
30 days.
Julius Silverman. 312 Eleventh street
southeast, 15 days.
Paul J. Simonton, 2715 Fourteenth
street, 30 days.
James W. Smith, 776 Lamont street,
15 days.
John H. Stock. 1017 Michigan ave
nue northeast, 30 days.
Garvin E. Tankersley, 1900 F street,
30 days.
Robert A. White, 221 D street, 30
days.
Eddie Wolfe, 1515 Varnum street.
U. S. IS RATED FIFTH
IN MILITARY PLANES
Leads All World Powers in Com
mercial Aviation, Year
Book Reveals.
The United States is listed as first
among the world air powers in com
mercial aviation but fifth in military
air strength in The Aircraft Year
Book for 1936, just issued by the
Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce
of America.
The British Empire is placed at the
top of the list of world powers in com
bat airplane strength and. on the
basis of present construction figures,
is expected to continue in its position
of leadership throughout the year.
Prance, which last year was listed as
the leading power, has dropped to
second place in military aviation
strength in the Year Book list. Russia
has come up to third place this year,
with Italy fourth, the United States
fifth, Japan sixth and Germany
seventh.
Howard Mingos, secretary of the
chamber and editor of the volume,
predicted that Russia will match
Prance in military airplane number*
by next January, but that Prance still
will maintain actual leadership be
cause of the superior quality of its
aircraft.
Commercial airplanes of the United
States were characterized as “far su
perior” to those of other countries in
speed and efficiency.
War Wounded Pensioned.
Three British soldiers who were
gassed during the World War have just
obtained pensions.
Births Reported.
Joseph and Mary Ellis, boy.
Carl and Grace Thles. girl.
Joseph and Mary Wesley, girl.
Wesley and Alice Pearce, boy.
William and Beatrice Tarant boy.
Delmore and Elinor Duff. girl.
Robert and Gladys Golden, boy.
Percy and Katherine Warner. -Jd. boy.
Robert and Marlon Scully, boy.
Richard and Bonja Granville, boy.
Eugene and Rose Brady, girl.
William and Anna Culllney. girl.
John and Ruth Ltttlepage. girl.
J. Blon and Doris Fhtlipson. girl.
William and Adine Golden, boy.
Llle and Florence Honig. girl.
Paul and Ethel Basmussen. girl.
Thomas and Isabel Bailey. Jr., bpy.
Noble and Loretta Norfolk, boy.
Earl and Alma Wine. boy.
Roy and Maxine Hoover, boy.
Waiter and Dorothy Taylor, boy.
Max and Bessie Spitalney. boy.
Peter and Mary Loulzes. boy.
Frank and Martha Brlzzi. girl.
Fred and Florence Callett, girl.
Gustave and Anna Miller, girl.
Charles and Helen Wilson, boy
Jeroy and America Broaden, girl.
Theodore and Helen Garner, boy.
Gorman and Thelma Lee boy.
Russell and Mary Hart boy.
Charles and Roberta Harley, boy.
James and Etrulla Biscoe. boy.
Seldon and Eula Lindsay, girl.
William and Margaret Jordan, girl,
Louis and Elizabeth Johnson, girl.
Leroy and Louise Harrison, boy.
Richard and Estell Wright, boy
Matthew and Isabella Williams, boy.
Herbert and Julia Williams boy.
Eamelta and Lottie Harris, boy.
Coley and Lucille Davis girl.
Willie and Elizabeth Evans, girl.
Moscow Subway Busy.
Thousands are using the new sub
way at Moscow, Russia, daily.
Alumni Banquet Planned. X <
Alumni of Mount St. Mary's College
at Emmlttsburg, Md„ will hold tfieir *
annual banquet here May 6, at the
Hamilton Hotel. Reservations may be
made by calling Milce Tracy, Atlantic
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